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Quit ‘Should-ing’ on Yourself

Soul Food is dedicated to all my readers in hopes that what I have to say will give you a kick start to your week. This weekly column will come out every Monday morning with little snippets of info that I have gathered throughout my week. I will share with you personal lessons & stories that I hope will empower you, make you laugh, give you some spiritual food for thought and get you through your week. Thank You for allowing me to serve. ~ Eva Starr

I’ve been writing an on-line column called Soul Food for years, and just this past year (2011) I’ve had the pleasure and the opportunity to write a spin-off from my original column (a Q & A) for The Journey Magazine.

Here are a small sprinkling of archives for that column:

Jan-Feb 2012 ~ Finding Your Purpose & Is the Universe (God) Against Me

Nov-Dec 2011 ~ Forgiveness & Living in the Moment
Sep-Oct 2011 ~ New to Spirituality & The Bloodsuckers in Our Lives
Jul-Aug 2011 ~ Being versus Doing & Free Will & Kids with Addictions
May-Jun 2011 ~ Moving forward to Your Good & The Secret of the Golden Key

Below is a small excerpt from one of my weekly on-line columns which goes out to my database every Monday to give you a Kick-Start to your week. To subscribe to the on-line column see sign-up block below.

“People are lonely because they build walls instead of bridges.”
If You Get Nervous,
Focus on Service

As I was meditating this past week on everything that was going on in my life and how overwhelmed I was, especially with all the projects that need to be completed within the week for school, I drew the above Angel card “If You Get Nervous, Focus on Service.”

That’s one of the things I miss most about not being in Cleveland isteaching. Teaching and coaching all of you helped me in more ways than I can count. I come alive when I’m teaching and helping you, it feeds MY soul. So this week, I encourage you to reach out to me, email me if you’re feeling down, frustrated,  confused, or you just need to talk.

I will leave you with this verse from Simon & Garfunkel:

When you’re weary, feeling small,
When tears are in your eyes,
I will dry them all.
I’m on your side when times get rough
And friends just can’t be found,
Like a bridge over troubled water
I will lay me down.
Like a bridge over troubled water
I will lay me down.
Just call me!

With Gratitude,

Eva Starr  Find us on Facebook

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Namaste,

Eva Starr
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“At the end of your day “when It’s all said and done” look at what you have left holding in your hand, hopefully it’s the hand of another”. ~

Eva Starr